while I gardened, dutch husband spent some time fixing things up around the house. it is amazing how quickly things get done when the house is on the market.
these gargoyles usually sit by my front steps, but I have taken them down and now they sit waiting to move to Villa Maria.
the angel will go with me too.. with her broken wing and cracked hands.. I think she is perfect. I am hoping to find some kind of cement pedestal to put her on in my courtyard garden at Villa Maria.
I spent quite a few hours in my garden today. the tomatoes, cucumbers & beans had finished and needed pulling, to make way for leeks, beetroot, turnips & carrots. some winter herbs will be planted too.. and even if Inglewood sells before I get a chance to harvest, I don't mind. I simply cannot stop tending & planting the garden because I am moving on. Maybe the fruits of my labour will be enjoyed by someone else.
for dinner tonight I made salmon rissoles using parsley from my friend Marion's garden and potatoes I had dug myself. I served it with fried brown rice using my own capsicum and welsh onions ~ very tasty... fish for Good Friday.. child hood conditioning never seems to disappear.
I still have more potatoes to dig, capsicums on the bush and pumpkins on the vine. lemons are abundant and the oranges look promising for winter. tamarillos are soon to be picked...Inglewood's garden is abundant!